Good Omens Ep Explains Why He Had To Have Benedict Cumberbatch

Written back in 1990, the bestselling fantasy comedy novel Good Omens from Neil Gaiman and the late, great Sir Terry Pratchett has gone on to become a true classic of the genre over the years. The laugh out loud funny, imaginative tale of an angel and demon working together to save the world when the Antichrist is born always had obvious potential for an adaptation as well, with Terry Gilliam trying to make a movie out of it in the early 00s with Johnny Depp and Robin Williams set to star.

Unfortunately, that never really went anywhere, but once Gaiman took matters into his own hands, things finally got going and though it didn’t make it to the silver screen, Good Omens has instead landed on television as a brilliant miniseries over at Amazon Prime. So far, it’s gone down extremely well with fans and while a follow-up unfortunately seems unlikely,
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